As the cloud becomes prevalent to business architecture, more and more companies are beginning to use SONiC NOS open source as part of their product development.
Axellant SONiC One-Stop Shop is a professional services team of SONiC experts that support customers with set-up, development and any issue they might have in their application development using the SONiC NOS. This allows the customer to focus on their product development knowing that Axellant will support any of their SONiC specific requests / bug fixes / feature development / testing and automation.
Exclude SONiC features which are not required for customer needs
Customize SONiC and SAI sources in order to meet unique customer requirements
Evaluate performance of applications on different HW platforms using SONiC / SAI with immediate support of platforms from top HW vendors
Implement new components using SONiC Micro-Service architecture (Traffic Filtering, Aggregation, Multiplexing) New user interface support (rest APIs) Customize CLI
Debug and solve various SONiC / SAI / SDK Issues
Build automated continuous integration and deployments infrastructure covered by automated regression tests
SONiC is an open source network operating system based on Linux that runs on switches from multiple vendors and ASICs. SONiC Application Development offers a full-suite of network functionality like BGP and FRR, that has been production-hardened in the data centers of some of the largest cloud-service providers. It offers teams the flexibility to create the network solutions they need while leveraging the collective strength of a large ecosystem and community.
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To develop an NPB application that can work over different white box platforms.
Developed an NPB application using SONiC open source over 3 different white box platforms (BRCM, Mellanox, Marvell)
Consulting hardware Vendor on porting SONiC to new hardware plaforms
Developing Customer NPB Applications using SONiC on a BRCM XGS white box
Supporting customer on Bringing up SONiC on DNX (Jericho) white box
Porting Customer application developed with SONiC to work on multiple white boxes
Testing customer SONiC application performance on several switching white boxes